RIPA Board Reports
As required by AB 953, each year California’s Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory (RIPA) Board must produce a report on the past and current status of racial and identity profiling with policy recommendations for eliminating it.
2019 RIPA Board Report
California’s Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory (RIPA) Board has released its second annual report. This report aims to enhance the transparency of the stop data collection process by providing the public with detailed information on how the data is collected and submitted and how the California Department of Justice and law enforcement agencies ensure the integrity of this data. The report also provides recommendations that can be incorporated by law enforcement agencies to enhance their policies, procedures, and trainings on topics that intersect with bias and racial and identity profiling.
This year’s report builds on the foundation established by last year’s report for identifying and addressing racial and identity profiling in California policing. The 2018 report was accompanied by a video that introduced the Board and its work.
For information on all of the RIPA Board’s reports, please see the RIPA Board Reports page.
RIPA 2018 Report
On January 1, 2018, the RIPA Board released its first annual report. This was California’s first statewide report on racial and identity profiling in law enforcement.
The 2018 report was accompanied by a video that illustrates the purpose of the RIPA Board – including comments from members of the Board and the public on the need for the Board – and highlights the work of the Board.